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Old 01-13-2020, 06:50 PM   #1
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Damaged slideout frame

The bedroom drawer came off as wife was letting slideout
and it caused the lower left side of the frame to bend out about 4 inches. My seals appear to still be in place. Has anyone had this happen?? Is this a DIY effort???

2006 36 ft journey.
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It's not clear what your problem is.

Maybe if you post a picture of the damage someone will have an idea.

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It happened on my Journey 36M, but did not bend the frame, just pop off the wood trim on hte inside and messed up drawer. I would remove wood trim 1st and inspect the frame. Trim is held in by a few screws under center modling piece, pop off the center piece then you will see the screws. Then you could probably use a dead blow hammer and block of wood to hammer frame back in place.

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It's not clear what your problem is.

Maybe if you post a picture of the damage someone will have an idea.

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I am not sure how to post pic. It is telling me to provide a URL??
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I am not sure how to post pic. It is telling me to provide a URL??
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Yes, you need to have the pic on a hosting site. No direct upload to iRV2. This ain't Facebook....
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Yes, you need to have the pic on a hosting site. No direct upload to iRV2. This ain't Facebook....
Actually there is. I do it all the time here. You need to be in the advanced message , then click on the paperclip. That will let you open another page and you can download up to 4 pictures.
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Under the reply window there is Additional Options, and you need to use the "Attach Files"/Manage Attachments to upload a pic or other file. Officer Einstein of the Physics Police is here:
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Actually there is. I do it all the time here. You need to be in the advanced message , then click on the paperclip. That will let you open another page and you can download up to 4 pictures.
It says 2 MB limit on .jpg size. I assume that means it won't resize larger ones automatically?
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